Mud Window

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  1. Harmony

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    Took this shot while my foot was at least 8 inches down in mud... for someone who was trying desperately not to fall flat on her face... it came out pretty sharp!

    This is a hole in a mud island and you could see out to the other side. Quite interesting actually, as it was only 2 feet wide and trees were growing out on top of it.

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    thats pretty cool dude hahah

    way to sacrifice! =P
     
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    :raisedbrow: dudette =)
     
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    Did you know you would sink in that deeply when you stepped there? For I once stepped where I thought would be as firm ground as everywhere around but ... sploopsh ... gone were my legs! I even had a bit of a hard time getting myself out again - plus I did not have any nice motif (!) to take a lovely photo of while I was thus stuck in the mud :)irked: ) :wink: .
     
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    LaFoto = I actually knew it was mud... I had no choice in the matter. Whilst out on this half-a-foot-in-diameter very wobbly log, I very abruptly lost my balance and made the 4 foot plunge into the mud =). I doubt I was as far in as you though... Your story sounds like you went much deeper than me!

    Here is a (BLURRY!) picture of the log...

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    And here is the unspectacular picture I took while on this wobbly log...

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